Connecticut Insurance Commissioner Katharine L. Wade is advising consumers to be wary of a phone caller who identified herself as an insurance department employee and is asking people for their insurance information.
The Connecticut Insurance Department recovered $4 million for Connecticut consumers and taxpayers in the first half of 2017.
Connecticut has joined with 31 other states and Washington D.C. in a $5.5 million settlement with Nationwide Mutual Insurance Co. and its subsidiary, Allied Property & Casualty Insurance Co., that resolves the states’ investigation into a 2012 data breach that exposed sensitive personal information of 1.2 million consumers across the country.
A West Haven woman was sentenced yesterday to 48 months in prison, followed by three years of supervised release, for operating a fraud and identity theft scheme.
The CEO of Connecticut’s health insurance exchange is warning that the two remaining insurers offering individual plans could leave Access Health CT this fall.
A new lawsuit accuses Wells Fargo & Co. of racketeering violations and fraud after the bank admitted to charging several hundred thousand borrowers for auto insurance they did not ask for or need, causing many delinquencies.
A federal grand jury in Bridgeport indicted two doctors on charges of narcotics distribution, health care fraud and money laundering offenses.
U.S. insurer Markel Corp. said on Wednesday it would buy property and casualty insurer State National Companies Inc. for about $919 million.
Baystate Financial announced Wednesday its merger with New England Financial Group of West Hartford, CT.
Unionized state employees overwhelmingly approved a labor concessions package that’s projected to save $1.5 billion over two years, but made it clear yesterday that they believe Connecticut’s wealthiest should also step up and help solve the budget crisis.
The suit alleges that Dr. Ramil Mansourov billed Connecticut’s Medicaid program for millions of dollars in services that were never provided to his Medicaid patients and further defrauded the program by falsifying his income information in order to obtain Medicaid benefits for himself and his two children.
A Connecticut woman who stole more than $250,000 from her Massachusetts employer – even as he struggled with dementia and cancer – has been sentenced to nearly two years in prison.
Cigna has recently announced the acquisition of general insurer, Zurich Insurance Middle East. The acquisition, which was successfully completed in June, marks the beginning of a new phase of operations for Cigna in the Middle East.
Several biotech companies have leased space on Branford’s Business Park Drive.
Two men were recently found guilty of fraud and conspiracy offenses related to their staging of car accidents for the purpose of defrauding automobile insurance companies.
A Stamford-based dentist recently reached a settlement resolving allegations that he engaged in a long-running and substantial scheme to submit false claims for dental services provided to residents of long-term care facilities in the state.
A Norwalk physical therapist was recently sentenced for obstruction and tax fraud offenses.
A Bristol woman was recently convicted of defrauding the Medicaid program.
Aetna announced Wednesday that it is in negotiations to move its headquarters out of Connecticut’s capital, where it has been based for almost two centuries.
Insurance Commissioner Katharine L. Wade recently announced that the department has officially notified health insurers that their health rate requests for 2018 will be the subject of public hearings on June 14.
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- Hartford Attorney Charged With Larceny
- Former Bankruptcy Attorney Admits To Stealing Millions From Clients
- Ridgefield Realtor Arrested, Charged With Larceny
- Woman Sentenced For Stealing $1.7M From Employer
- Baystate Financial And New England Financial Group Announce Merger